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Friendly visa policy for the Chinese key to recovery: Philippine tourism...

Liberalising visa policy, like what many destinations have done, will help the Philippines bring back the Chinese market which had reduced sharply in recent...

Philippine’s Bohol takes action to protect natural heritage

A small resort within Bohol’s Chocolate Hills, a protected area and a UNESCO Global Geopark, has become a national issue exposing the disconnect between...

Island hop in the Philippines with Contiki

Contiki has introduced its Philippines Island Hopping experience, giving travellers the chance to explore the country’s most famous tourist hotspots in under two weeks. There...

Philippines turns to dive tourism for sustainable development

The Philippine Department of Tourism (DoT) reaffirmed its commitment towards sustainable tourism development initiatives in the Philippines, particularly in the development and promotion of...

Philippines adds new route to Hop-On-Hop-Off bus tours

The Philippines has unveiled the third and latest stop of the Philippines Hop-On-Hop-Off (HOHO) Bus Tours – the Pasay-Paranaque circuit, aka the Entertainment Hub. Traversing...

Forward thinking

While the Philippines has seen a breach in foreign arrivals this year, stakeholders are urging the Department of Tourism to focus on long-term recovery plans.

Philippines amps up dive tourism offerings

The Philippines is developing more dive spots and improving existing ones as part of an aggressive bid to sustain the inroads gained over the...

DOT sows seeds for farm tourism development

The Philippine Department of Tourism (DOT) has launched Future Farms, a digital campaign to promote farm tourism, which is recognised as one of the...

Longhaul markets lead tourism recovery for the Philippines

Having reopened to international tourists over two months ago, the Philippines is discovering that fewer travel restrictions in the west are helping to bring...

Philippines welcomes all foreign tourists from April 1

Travel to the Philippines will be made even smoother with the removal of an arrival cap at all ports of entry across the country...

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